bss483 | undergraduate

World View Of Homeland Security

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Students in this course will develop new skills to aid in the protection, safety, and security of society. Students will examine public and private security collaboration in homeland security response; discuss the leadership task of controlling the human influence in homeland security; analyze and understand the political influence on idea development in homeland security; compare and contrast jurisdictional responsibilities of homeland security programs; and evaluate the goals, objectives, and assessment of homeland security measures.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Global Security Strategies: Goals, Objectives, and Performance Measures

    • Assess the effectiveness of security measures in areas of conflict.
    • Describe how to measure the success of security operations.
    • Develop the goals, objectives, and performance measures used in global security strategies.
    • Describe Operational Security (OPSEC) measures including briefings, debriefings, and operations planning.

    Global Security: Blending Private and Public Responses

    • Describe private and public methods used to respond to global security situations.
    • Identify organizations involved in global security.
    • Debate controversial methods, tactics, and techniques used in global security enforcement.
    • Explain how public-sector and private-sector security forces collaborate.

    Global Security: Leadership and Psychosocial Aspects

    • Describe organizational leadership in the global security field.
    • Assess leadership’s effectiveness in managing terrorist events.
    • Compare how leaders mitigate psychosocial effects of security operations and terrorist events.

    Global Security: Political, Economic, and Religious Influences

    • Identify global political models and global economic systems.
    • Analyze the relationship between political models, economic systems, and global conflicts.
    • Assess if a connection exists between violent conflict and interpretations of religious or political beliefs.

    Global Security Programs: Jurisdiction and Responsibilities

    • Identify legal issues in providing global security services.
    • Identify treaties and agreements that guide global security policies.
    • Assess how diplomatic relationships affect global security.
    • Describe how international trade agreements influence security practices.
    • Compare isolationist views with other global perspectives.
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